Showing posts from April, 2006

3 new paintings

These 3 paintings will be entered in the TAG Gala art auction next week. Large landscape: 24" x 36," acrylic on canvas, " Canon City, Colorado ." 2 small mixed media works: 9" x 12," watercolor on watercolor canvas, gallery wrap, painting continues on sides, with bead embellishments (red teardrop; turquoise sphere), antique lace embellishments and gloss varnish (no need for glass or frame) " Scarlet Starlets " and " Tea-Stained Tulips " from my Simple Pleasures series

book illustrations

I have finally finished all the illustrations for the upcoming Littlejim book, to be published this summer. Here are LJ & his sister going to get firewood on a cold, moonlit, winter's night at their farm; next is the day LJ learns of his winning entry written for the Kansas City Star . These are the final versions.

Illustration Friday: Spotted

This large-mouth bass is a character in my first children's book published in 2002. Her name is Madame Mossback. She can outsmart any fisherman. Note for experienced fishermen: one angler is "cheating" by using bait & a spinner together. He is desperate!

Illustration Friday: Spring

Spring means Tulips "Tea-stained Tulips" watercolor 2005